[Jeff Dietrich, a member of the Los Angeles Catholic Worker House since 1970, wrote this essay Nov.
What does LACW stand for?
LACW stands for Los Angeles Catholic Worker (est. 1970; California)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 3 other meanings of LACW in our Acronym Attic
- Lesnes Abbey Conservation Volunteers (est. 1994; London, UK)
- Light Armored Combat Vehicle
- Lighter Air Cushioned Vehicle (speed craft)
- Lighter, Air Cushion Vehicle - 30 Ton
- Lebanese Association for Combatting Violence Against Women (est. 1994)
- Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau
- Laser-Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition (electrical engineering)
- Latin American Culture Week
- Leading Aircraftwoman
- Los Alamos Community Winds (Los Alamos, NM)
- Los Angeles Computer World (California)
- Latin American and Caribbean Women's Health Network (est. 1984)
- Legal Advocates for Children and Youth (Ann Arbor, MI)
- Los Angeles County Young Democrats
- Lancashire Association of Clubs for Young People (UK)
- Looked After Children and Young People (UK)
- Los Angeles County Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous (California)
- Labor Authorization Document
- Laboratoire Suisse d'Analyse du Dopage
- Landing Assist Device
Samples in periodicals archive:
The protesters were volunteers from the Los Angeles Catholic Worker soup kitchen.
The grandeur of the 5-acre cathedral complex--complete with gift shop, cafe, and conference center--was scorned by many critics, most notably the Los Angeles Catholic Worker community, which says the money would have been more appropriately spent on feeding the poor.
This event is co-sponsored by Fellowship of Reconciliation, Pax Christi USA, Healing Global Wounds, and the Los Angeles Catholic Worker.
Omondi, a member of the Los Angeles Catholic Worker community, raised some concerns among friends and family in December.
In one circle marched a dozen members of Los Angeles Catholic Workers, who had held an all-night vigil to hoist such signs as ``No Fat Cat Cathedral'' - objecting to a cathedral they say was built on the backs of the city's poor.
He moves out of his palatial residence, turning it over to the Los Angeles Catholic Worker for a homeless shelter, and moves into a room on the AIDS ward of Queen of Angels Hospital and serves the patients there as a chaplain.
Protesters from the Los Angeles Catholic Worker Community plan to protest millions spent on the cathedral they say was at the expense of the poor.